Is it normal to eat cereal in class?

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Partygirl2021
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Idk why I just wondered if its normal. I seem to find myself doing this a lot. If teachers ask I just say its my breakfast even tho I be eating it at like 2 in the afternoon.
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No.
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:colonhash: wat
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ik its weird.
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I literally sat in history today and had a food bag with some coco pops and ate that then said it was my breakfast. Like not with milk or anything that would be weird
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it is not normal - I would say it is rude to be eating anything in class
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(Original post by Partygirl2021)
Idk why I just wondered if its normal. I seem to find myself doing this a lot. If teachers ask I just say its my breakfast even tho I be eating it at like 2 in the afternoon.
its not normal lol
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im surprised you get away with it :lol:
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im surprised you get away with it :lol:
Ik same tbh. Mainly depends on who the teacher is, but if I do it when I have the wrong teacher then it won't end well.
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(Original post by Partygirl2021)
Ik same tbh. Mainly depends on who the teacher is, but if I do it when I have the wrong teacher then it won't end well.
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especially as I'm on report
ah i see
if the teachers even think were chewing something we have to practically empty our mouths and bags
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oooooooof
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Do any of your classmates ever eat cereal in class?
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(Original post by Moonbeam06)
ah i see
if the teachers even think were chewing something we have to practically empty our mouths and bags
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oh lol same. when you get caught eating sweets one of my teachers will take them and eat them. but if you get caught with gum then you get afterschool however most teachers don't care what you do and if you eat
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(Original post by glassalice)
Do any of your classmates ever eat cereal in class?
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yes
I wish that I could have gone to your school lol.
I think my teachers would have had a mental break down if any of us had done that.

We used to get shouted at for not underlining the date and title in our books.
Edit: Is your school mainstream?
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You can eat food in class?
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completely normal
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(Original post by glassalice)
I wish that I could have gone to your school lol.
I think my teachers would have had a mental break down if any of us had done that.

We used to get shouted at for not underlining the date and title in our books.
Edit: Is your school mainstream?
My school as a whole is going downhill. They've got strict all of a sudden. We have to wear blazers all the time, they measure our skirts and ties, our phones are checked to see if they're turned off, you have to wear certain brands for shoes at pe. The year 7s were playing tag for some reason and got shouted at and got SLT for a week because "its in the behaviour contract that it's not allowed." Never got told that.

My old school was a lot better and I mean much better we could do whatever we wanted and they didn't make all these rules but taught us well and no one ever failed their exams.

With covid out teachers don't check our books so they never know what we've done apart from when they walk around the room and glance at it to see how much we wrote.

Yes my school is mainstream.
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You can eat food in class?
Yes. Loads of people do. We get bored :dontknow:
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Yes. Loads of people do. We get bored :dontknow:
Is that during lesson?
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Is that during lesson?
Yes
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Either that or we talk to the point we get detention
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Or fall asleep

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(Original post by Partygirl2021)
Yes
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Either that or we talk to the point we get detention
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Or fall asleep

Do you learn anything then?
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